Chemistry Textbooks Fall 2013
No text required.
For ANY of the course sections of Chem 403 (Bauer or Winans instructors), you will need:
•access to a textbook (your own or shared, physical or electronic, 6th Ed or earlier if you don’t care about page number mismatches). The bookstores will have the package of Silberberg “Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change”, looseleaf, ISBN 9780077961060, which includes 2-year ConnectPLUS computer homework and ebook. Any reference to pages or problems will be from the 6th edition.
•If you don’t get this package, an alternate option is to obtain your own or shared, physical or electronic, 6th edition or earlier book AND SEPARATELY your own personal account for Connect (no ebook) or ConnectPLUS (with ebook). CONNECT can be obtained directly from McGraw-Hill and linked to the Chem 403 course. If you have a credit card, this is the cheapest option. If you are using financial aid and have to purchase through bookstore, they will have some CONNECT access products on the shelf (marked up).
•Unless you are repeating the course in an NL section, you will need for lab the “Prelabs for General Chemistry”, 24 months [available directly through www.cengage.com/OWL/LabSkills]. We suggest you wait for further instructions on obtaining this product. Other routine lab materials will be needed, and further instructions will be given the first week of classes for those items (some available through Chemistry Stockroom). Lab does not start til week 2.
• FOR PROFESSOR BAUER’S SECTIONS ONLY (sections 1-8, 16-24, 26, NL1, NL3] you will need your own i-clicker personal response device. This is a “remote” used in many campus classes to sample student thinking and ideas and display the results in class immediately. THIS IS A NEW SYSTEM. You purchase the clicker itself and that’s all you need forever. People who own the old e-instruction clickers can get a partial rebate at the bookstores.
Principles of Chemistry, Moore, Stanitski, & Jurs, Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning, ISBN 9781111628383 [UNH customized text of Chemistry: The Molecular Science, 4th Edition; bundled with OWL access]
D.H. Harris, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 8th edition.
Essential Organic Chemistry, 2nd Edition, Bruice, Publisher: PEARSON, Essential Organic Chemistry book packaged with the SG and Solutions Manual at no additional cost. ISBN: 0321633857
Making the Connections, Anne B. Padias, 2nd Ed.Hayden McNeil, 2011, ISBN: 978-0-7380-4135-3
Organic Chemistry, 9th edition, Francis A. Carey and Robert M. Giuliano, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2014. The Solutions Manual for this text is also required (answers to assigned problems will be found therein – they will not be posted). A bundle of the loose-leaf version of the textbook and the loose-leaf version of the solutions manual is available through the UNH Bookstore or Durham Book Exchange. It is also possible to purchase the text in hardback format (ISBN: 0073402745 / 9780073402741) and the Solutions Manual in paperback (ISBN: 0077457471 / 9780077457471) from McGraw-Hill (http://shop.mcgraw-hill.com) or from other vendors (Amazon, etc.)
Multiscale Operational Organic Chemistry: A Problem Solving Approach to the Laboratory, 2nd ed., John W. Lehman, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 9780132413756
Required: Organic Chemistry, 4th edition, Maitland Jones, Jr. and Steven A. Fleming, W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 2010. Hardcover + Organic Reaction Animations CD: ISBN 978-0-393-93149-5. Molecular Models: A useful plastic model kit is available for purchase (~$15) at the Chemistry Stockroom, Department of Chemistry, Parsons Hall.
Multiscale Operational Organic Chemistry: A Problem Solving Approach to the Laboratory, 2nd ed. John W. Lehman, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 9780132413756
Chang, R. Physical Chemistry for the Chemical and Biological Sciences, University Science Books, 2000, ISBN 1-891389-06-8
The lab course does not require a textbook.
Spectrometric Identification of Organic Compounds, Silverstein, Webster, Kiemle, 7th Edition, Wiley, 978-0-471-39362-7
Organic Chemistry, (Paperback edition) Oxford Press, 2nd edition 2012, by Clayden, Greeves and Warren. http://www.amazon.com/Organic-Chemistry-Jonathan-Clayden/dp/0199270295/
L.M. Harwood, C.J. Moody, and J.M. Percy, Experimental Organic Chemistry- Standard and Microscale, Second Edition, Blackwell Publishing Co., 1999, Softcover Edition; ISBN-13: 978-0-632-04819-9
Inorganic Chemistry, 5th Ed, by Gary L. Miessler, Paul J. Fischer, and Donald A. Tarr, Pearson, ISBN-13 978-0-321-81105-9
Symmetry and Spectroscopy. An Introduction to Vibrational and Electronic Spectroscopy, D. C. Harris and M. D. Bertolucci, Dover Publications, 1989, ISBN-10: 048666144X | ISBN-13: 978-0486661445
Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Dynamics, P. L. Houston, Paperback edition
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